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China Protests Anti-Dumping Ruling
China Protests Anti-Dumping Ruling

13/01/2008

China is seriously protesting the recentU.S. Commerce Department preliminary ruling that it has been dumping OTR tireson theU.S.market. 
South Africa: Dumping Threat to Local Industry Looms
South Africa: Dumping Threat to Local Industry Looms

13/01/2008

The International TradeAdministration Commission (Itac) is considering scrapping anti-dumping dutieson a wide range of goods.
China to face growing trade frictions
China to face growing trade frictions

13/01/2008

China is going to face growing tradefrictions in the years to come, said Li Ling, director of the Bureau of FairTrade for Imports and Exports, inside the Ministry of Commerce, during aninterview with the Economic Information Daily run by the state Xinhua NewsAgency.
EU Plans to Scrap 32.9% Memory-Chip Duty on Hynix (Update1)
EU Plans to Scrap 32.9% Memory-Chip Duty on Hynix (Update1)

13/01/2008

Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- The European Union plans to scrap atariff on memory chips made by Hynix Semiconductor Inc. BecauseSouth Koreaended subsidies to the company, two people familiar with the EU proposal said.
U.S. sets duties on some steel pipe from China
U.S. sets duties on some steel pipe from China

11/01/2008

04/01/2008, the U.S.Commerce Department set preliminary anti-dumping duties ranging up to 51.34percent on certain steel pipe from China that it said was being sold in theUnited States at below-market prices. 
News From USW: Circular Welded Pipe Imports from China Get Anti-Dumping Duties
News From USW: Circular Welded Pipe Imports from China Get Anti-Dumping Duties

11/01/2008

SixU.S. pipe makers and the United Steelworkers(USW) on 05/01/2008 applauded the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) for itspreliminary finding that Chinese producers of circular welded pipe are dumpingbelow-cost product in theUnited States
WTO panel rules against some U.S. anti-dumping measures
WTO panel rules against some U.S. anti-dumping measures

09/01/2008

GENEVA: A World Trade Organization panel ruled on Thursdayagainst someU.S.anti-dumping measures to combat imports of Mexican stainless steel, in anotherrebuff for aU.S.trade policy.  
How various ways of protectionism work
How various ways of protectionism work

09/01/2008

NEW DELHI: Negotiations on rules were incorporated in theagenda for the World Trade Organisation’sDoharound of trade talks with a basic purpose of ensuring that the existing rulesbecame more transparent and less protectionist. However, the draft textcirculated recently by Uruguayan ambassador Guillermo Valles Galmes, who chairsthe WTO committee on rules, does just the opposite. By justifying the muchdisputed “zeroing” methodology used by...
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